"My husband’s work and my work rely on relatability and writing personally - or in his case (Hamish’s) talking personally about his life - so I think it would be more strange for us to completely hide the fact that we have a child."
"It’s not like we’re gross about it," she added, referring to her social media posts.
"If I’m honest, it’s just about the captions for us. We’re just having fun.
"Especially as a mum who works from home and has a kid at home, it’s my whole life. It would be very inauthentic for me to pretend that I don’t have a son who I adore and I see every day.
"I think the paramount thing is that every parent does what’s right for them and I’m not going to judge other parents.
The 35-year-old also discussed baby number two.
"I think anyone who’s got a two-year-old starts to think about it," she said about trying for another baby.
"I was on crutches for ages (after giving birth to Sonny) and it took well over a year of Osteo and pilates and I’m still doing both of those to get strong again.
"So it’s not about me having a baby straight away, it’s more about making sure my body’s ready because I’m not going to go down that path until I feel completely strong and it’s only just now I do start to feel strong."